Resident Alien


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Resident Alien

A non-citizen who has permission to live and work in a country on a permanent basis. In the United States, a resident alien is subject to the same taxation as an American citizen, but may take foreign tax credits on taxes that are paid to the alien's home country.

Resident Alien

A citizen of another country who lives in the United States and/or has resident status by law or visa, or passes the substantial presence test.
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"The issue is whether that power may be exercised by detaining a still-lawful permanent resident alien where there is no reason to."
Sherman Theatre, Cardiff The LL Files, the BBC Radio comedy recorded before a live audience, 6.15pm; Resident Alien, Bette Bourne, 7.30pm; Tissue, by Louise Page, 8pm (Venue 3).
MILFORD HAVEN: Torch Theatre (01646 695267), Resident Alien, 7.30pm.
Resident Alien can be seen next Tuesday and Wednesday.
8) Resident Alien (off Broadway) Quentin Crisp, channeled by Bette Bourne.
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Mr Gilbey was the process of applying for a green card, which would have given him and his wife 'permanent resident alien' status when he died but papers had been lost and the application delayed.
in his frequently revived An Evening with Quentin Crisp.) But Bette Bourne, who stars in the one-man bio-play Resident Alien, now running at New York Theatre Workshop, barely arched an eyebrow at the irony: He had known Crisp and experienced many of his quirky contradictions--both in life and in afterlife.
as a lawful permanent resident alien and is in the legal and physical custody of the U.S.
A SPECIAL RESIDENT alien visa program aims to boost jobs in the United States by offering green cards to foreign investors.
A person subject to the jurisdiction of the United States covers any person who is a citizen, permanent resident alien or, in some cases, a resident of the United States.
So constituted, Dubrow's critical drive has its own blitzkrieg in her challenge to exclusive readings of the famous "cycles" of Shakespeare, Spenser, and Sidney, the newly interpreted lyrics of Wroth, and to the encrusted interpretations of the "resident alien" Donne.

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